Charlotte DiBartolomeo C.E.O.

Charlotte DiBartolomeo C.E.O.

Chief Executive Officer and Co-founder

Charlotte earned a Master’s in Conflict Transformation with a specialty in Intercultural Service, Leadership & Management from the School for International Training Graduate Institute in Vermont. She has studied post war development in Sarajevo, Bosnia, and has served as an NGO delegate to the United Nations at the 2003 Economics Conference for Women. Charlotte has been a trainer and facilitator for twenty years working in corporate, government and academic sectors. She has done conflict coaching with managers, developed and instructs curricula for workforce development and transformational leadership, and facilitates dialogue processes within both the public and private sectors. She has trained in the transportation industry for six years, presented at APTA’s Sustainability Conference in 2012 and has been twice published in Mass Transit. Charlotte has also trained first responders in both the medical community and the field of social services. She recently developed and delivered curricula for the Department of State Sponsored Program, American Field Service Cultural Exchange Programs in both New York City and Washington D.C.

In addition to her training experience, Charlotte was both a crisis interventionist and mediator for senior high school students for eight years working primarily with youth returning from the juvenile justice system, gang members and children with drug and alcohol addictions. She also developed and instructed a graduate certificate in peace education at Arcadia University training both U.S. and international students and developed and teaches a course in Trauma-Informed Care for Drexel University. In March of 2015, she spoke at the International Coaching Federation on Navigating Trauma in the Coaching Process. In May of 2015, she presented at the 26th International Conference on Trauma Healing. In June of 2015, she presented at the North Carolina Public Transportation Association on building employee resiliency. In June of 2016, she presented at the American Public Transportation Association’s Annual Conference. She holds certifications in Mediation, Victim/offender Conferencing and Sexual Assault Counseling for First Responders.